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Violet and Victor write the best-ever bookworm book —Kuipers, Alice, 1979- author.
Book + Audio
2014
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When Violet decides to write a book, she insists that her twin brother help because he has good ideas, but Victor would rather count his pet worms.

This is a taco! —Cangelose, Andrew, author.

A taco-loving squirrel named Taco teaches kids that the most important story is the one they write themselves.

Lunch money —Clements, Andrew, 1949-

Twelve-year-old Greg, who has always been good at moneymaking projects, is surprised to find himself teaming up with his lifelong rival, Maura, to create a series of comic books to sell at school.

Fern and Otto : a story about two best friends —Graegin, Stephanie, author, illustrator.

Best friends Fern the bear and Otto the cat meet various nursery rhyme and fairy tale characters on a walk through the forest to gather story ideas.

Rocket writes a story —Hills, Tad.

"Rocket writes a story about a new friend, the owl"--Provided by publisher.

Lost for words —Russell, Natalie.

Tapir has a new notebook and pencils but, unlike his friends, can think of nothing to write and is ready to give up when he finds a better way to communicate--through drawing.

Put me in a book! —Munsch, Robert N., 1945-

Hailey is really excited when a writer puts her in a book. But being in a book isn't as much fun as it sounds. And how is Hailey going to get OUT again?

The fire within —D'Lacey, Chris.

When college student David Rain rents a room in an unusual boardinghouse full of clay dragons, he has no idea that they, along with some lively squirrels, will help jumpstart his writing career.

Phantom writer —Jenkins, Jerry B., author.

Jake Konig, a famous horror novelist, disappears under mysterious circumstances, and the Timberlines become involved when the editor asks Bryce and Ashley's mother to finish writing Jake's last book.

Diary of an awesome friendly kid : Rowley Jefferson's journal —Kinney, Jeff, author, illustrator.

In his first journal, middle schooler Rowley Jefferson, Greg Heffley's sidekick, records his experiences and misguided decision to write a biography of Greg, who, in his own mind, is destined to become rich and famous.

Grumpycorn —McIntyre, Sarah, author, illustrator.

Unicorn wants to write the most fabulous story in the world. He has a fancy notebook. A special fluffy pen. He has everything just perfect. But Unicorn has NO IDEA what to write! When his friends try to join in, will Uni...

Arthur writes a story. —Brown, Marc Tolon.

Arthur has to write a story as a homework assignment and keeps changing his idea of what to write as he talks to his friends.

The poet of Piney Woods —Raczka, Bob, author.

A pear-eating lupine poet seeks acceptance among the forest fauna.

Dark fire —D'Lacey, Chris.

Bestselling author David Rain returns to help Lucy and the Pennykettle dragons try to find and destroy a drop of dark fire before it is discovered and used to birth a darkling, while in the Arctic, enshrouded in mist, hi...

Inkdeath —Funke, Cornelia Caroline.

As Bluejay--Mo's fictitious double--tries to keep the Book of Immortality from unraveling, Adderhead kidnaps all the children in the kingdom, asking for Bluejay's surrender or the children will be doomed to slavery in th...

Library mouse —Kirk, Daniel.

Sam, a shy but creative mouse who lives in a library, decides to write and illustrate his own stories which he places on the shelves with the other library books but when children find the tales, they all want to meet th...

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